Andrew Breitbart has been exposed by Ed Chiarini. He is assuming the identity of John Fox, former coach of the Carolina Panthers football team, and currently in a 4-year contract as head coach of the Denver Broncos.
Andrew Breitbart was one of the original team members who helped Arianna Huffington with the launch of the Pulitzer Prize-winning website, The Huffington Post. It turns out that Arianna is also an actor. So we see the hidden associations between these fake celebrities and journalists begin to emerge and make sense in the overall picture.
According to Fox News, Andrew Breitbart died at the age of 43 “unexpectedly from natural causes”. Hmmm, I guess that sounds reasonable, right? Wikipedia says that “he collapsed while walking… An autopsy by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office showed that he had cardiomegaly and died of heart failure.” And continues: “In remembrance, Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich praised Breitbart. Santorum called Breitbart’s passing “a huge loss” that strongly affected him, while Romney said Breitbart was a “fearless conservative”, and Gingrich called him “the most innovative pioneer in conservative activist social media in America….” – What’s most interesting is that all three of these well-known politicians are merely actors also.
So what did the fake character of Andrew Breitbart accomplish before his fake death that is so important to the fake agenda? Par for the course, the main specialty dished out by this fake journalist was a plethora of FAKE media stories and events such as the Anthony Weiner texting scandal. Basically, he was a prick, and he was ultra-right-wing just like all media outlets, even those that pretend to be left-wing or central. He was an agitator, and liked to provoke controversy. To quote Fox News:
“Those who knew and worked with him described Breitbart almost uniformly as “fearless,” sharply intelligent, witty and devoted to his work.
“He was the modern conservative iteration of a 1960’s radical,” conservative commentator Jonah Goldberg told Fox News, minutes after Breitbart’s death was reported.
“When I say he was the most fearless guy I ever knew, it really is true. I mean, he truly loved the fight,” he said.
Breitbart considered his charge to expose corruption, hypocrisy and media bias, and leveraged his network of websites to reach for that goal.